The International Air Cargo Assn. (TIACA) said a German court’s decision earlier this month to uphold a night-flight ban at Frankfurt Airport (FRA) will likely result in “economic and environmental damage” and reduced investment in FRA by cargo airlines. The court upheld a nightly 11 p.m. to 5 a.m. ban on flights that is intended to alleviate noise concerns around FRA (ATW Daily News, April 5), but TIACA noted those hours are “prime time for freighter ...

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